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    John Adams: Proclamation By The President Of The United States Broadside. 14 ¼" x 17" paper broadside dated January 14th, 1800. The proclamation is concerning the recent passing of General George Washington, who had passed exactly a month earlier. Adams proclaimed that on February 22nd, citizens would be recommended to express their grief on the passing of the General in several different ways...."by uniting in Public solemn Worship of the Deity in Church....". Despite a portion of loss that can be seen on the left-hand side and some creases that are expected as well as archival tape repairs. In overall fine condition, and quite rare.



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    Auction Dates
    September, 2021
    25th-26th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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